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Last updated on SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
How To Enable Ssh Ubuntu
Applies to:Solaris Operating System - Version 9 GA to 10 8/11 U10 [Release 9.0 to 10.0]
By default, Solaris 10 supports the SSH startup and configuration functions. You need to modify related items of the /etc/ssh/sshdconfig configuration file and use the ssh-keygen file on the SSH to generate a key. After restarting the SSHD service, you can log in to the SSH and use SFTP to transfer files if you pass the password authentication. The sshd shipped in this release of Solaris has support for major versions 1 and 2. It is recommended due to security weaknesses in the v1 protocol that sites run only v2 if possible. Support for v1 is provided to help sites with existing ssh v1 clients/servers to transition.
Enable Ssh Solaris
This technical instruction will show how to put ssh (the client command) and sshd (the server daemon) into debug mode in order to troubleshoot authorization and connection problems. This debug output will be requested by Oracle/Sun technical support agents for ssh/sshd authorization and connection issues when opening service requests.
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